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Jan 03, 2018I didnâ€™t like how it mentioned that a girlâ€™s breasts are for male pleasure. That is not their purpose and not what they are there for. It encourages the sexual objectification of girls and is by no way charming.
Jun 09, 2008This was a great book - the illustrations were hilarious. I read this book as an awkward preteen who was embarrassed about everything, but the humor of this book really helped me get through awkwardness of puberty. I'm sure some people would be offended by the frankness of the book, but it's not vulgar at all. And kids need to know about this stuff - and this book can help kids not take themselves so seriously.
May 13, 2011Thought this would be a great book to discuss puberty with my 10 year old, since I loved the authors book about where babies come from. TOTALLY disagreed with the authors on two pages about the big M word. I know everyone had different views on the subject, but the author's view that everyone does it so "let it make you feel good, not guilty" was DEFINITELY not for me and my children.
Aug 31, 2011I remember this book clearly, almost to the page! It's been about 20 years since I read it....so it had an impact. Just after having "the talk", my parents gave me the book to consult if I had more questions. I studied every page, giggled over some of them with my cousins, and really got a lot of info from it.
May 31, 2008Bought this for my son when he was that "age" and it became a topic immortalized in family lore. One of those "failed" parental moments. I thought it was good. The kids were mortified and still make fun of me for it. You can't win.
Mar 30, 2008This made talking with my son so much easier. Oh, it just was a godsend. In a gentle and witty matter, it covers all the bases in a manner that any young adult will find reassuring.
Jul 11, 2018John says this book "is full of hilarious and on-the-nose artwork and facts about always silly, often embarrassing universal experience that is puberty. From acne and smells to a whole page of how boobs can be totally different shapes, it made adolescents everywhere feel more comfortable in their skins while going through what might be the weirdest part of life. In the age before youtube, books like this were truly special."
Aug 27, 2018How da fuck does this have such a high star rating? My ten year old found it on our bookshelf. I don't remember reading it myself but I kept our family's childhood books. My daughter happened to leave it on the coffee table upside down and I noticed it had been created by three dudes in the 70s. Something -- not sure what! -- made me check it myself to see it if was terrible.
Apr 09, 2016Horrible book. Maybe when it came out in 1975 it was useful but the language and content intended for preadolescent boys today is simply useless. I pretty much shock my head the entire time I was reading it. It is obvious a man wrote it. I wouldn't have my son or daughter read this.
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May 27, 2017Good book for explaining to 8-12 year old kids about puberty.
Jun 21, 2007This is a cool guide to the changes of puberty illustrated mostly with funny cartoons.
Jul 25, 2011Another good book for the age frame of which it is targeted and was given. Could open up dialog between parents and their kids with such a touchy subject.
Jul 01, 2008Not as good as Where Did I Come From but still helpful. By the time I read this I already knew all the info inside though.
Aug 01, 2007This was a big help, back in the day. I think it was a hand-me-down from my cousins!
Jan 06, 2015Great no-nonsense, lighthearted and informative book targeted at pre-pubescent kids. Great for parents too!
Dec 28, 2015I pored over these pictures when I was a kid. I think I did find it very helpful to have this around when I was growing up. As with "Where Did I Come From?" I think this is a great starting point for parents to have a discussion about sex and puberty.
Jun 27, 2014This morning, somewhere between sleep and wake my mind was remembering this book. I believe it was provided to my older brother and me in lieu of "the talk". Remember the funny cartoons, photos and graphics of not only this book, but its prequel "Where Did I Come From?" makes me giggle.
Jul 27, 2008This is a very funny book with great illustrations. I had this book as a kid. I remember my mother bought it for me, put it in the hall cupboard, and said she would leave it there should I ever have a question too embarrassing to ask. Needless to say, I was too embarrassed to ever take it out of the cupboard.
May 21, 2014My Mom bought this for me when I was a tween, and I loved it - it's funny, the illustration are great, and it explains puberty and your body's changes really well.
Jan 19, 2016This is very helpful with talking to your child about their body and what to expect.
Mar 16, 2017I was like ten or nine when my mum got this book for me. I read it a while ago, but I didn't really remember it so I re-read it the other day. It's a very good book. It taught me a lot about puberty and alot of other things...
Jul 09, 2017Explains changes to your body as a teen. Great book with cartoon images.
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